Here I am poised between the Dancing Lady and The Guest, the mural on the side of the Cary Street Cafe in Richmond, Va. This is where Carlisle Montgomery's father Bobby played with his "Bounders & Rogues" and where she performs in an open night mic that recruits upright bass player Weems Shackleford III.
Short Bio Harry Kollatz Jr., a native Richmonder, co-founded the former Firehouse Theatre Project, served as its president for eight years and assisted in starting the FTP’s successor, the 5th Wall. He’s a senior writer for Richmond magazine where his Flashback history column, at around 25 years, is itself almost historic. He also through the … Continue reading Publicity Resources
An introduction to Carlisle Montgomery via a short reading by Harry Kollatz, Jr during the 2018 Richmond Lit Crawl. Primer Books, based in Sydney, Australia; has chosen Carlisle Montgomery as its’ premier publication by an American author.
Richmond in Ragtime: Socialists, Suffragists, Sex & Murder (Arcadia Publishing/History Press) Richmond in Ragtime: Socialists, Suffragists, Sex & Murder, trailer, by Patrick Gregory. "Is Ola Thaxton Buried or Hacked to Pieces?" A reading from Richmond in Ragtime: Socialists, Suffragists, Sex & Murder. Presented at the former Balliceaux restaurant, with the accompaniment of Prof. Barry Bless. True Richmond … Continue reading Richmond Histories